Policies and Guidelines
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Admissions Policy December 2017
St. Flannan’s College is a Catholic voluntary secondary school under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Killaloe. The College has, since its establishment, played a significant role in educating students and promotes the value of the Catholic faith throughout the school community.View & Download
Child Protection Procedures
“Ensuring the protection and welfare of children is the responsibility of all of us who interact with children and young people. Child protection must
therefore be a priority for every school and must be at the core of all of its activities.” Ruairi Quinn, T.D., Minister for Education and Skills.
Child Protection Policy
The Board of Management recognises that child protection and welfare considerations permeate all aspects of school life and must be reflected in all of the school’s policies, practices and activities.
Accordingly, in accordance with the requirements of the Department of Education and Skills’ Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post Primary Schools, the Board of Management of St. Flannan’s College has agreed the following child protection policy.View & Download
Code of Behaviour
The Education Welfare Act 2000, section 23, requires the Board of Management of a recognised school, after consultation with principal, teachers, parents, educational welfare officer, to prepare a code of behaviour in respect of students registered in the school.View & Download
Mobile Phone Policy
The Board of Management of Saint Flannan’s College recognises and acknowledges the positive aspects of students’ use of mobile phones and other electronic recording/ communication devices. However, there are potential dangers for the school community stemming from the misuse and abuse of electronic media. As a result, the school will rigorously endeavour to protect the personal dignity and right to privacy of all the members of the school community and ensure, in so far as practicable, that student’s use of mobile phones does not compromise or disrupt teaching and learning.View & Download